Category Archives: Horror

The Invisible Man (2020) – Review

After Cecilia Kass (Elisabeth Moss) manages to escape from the clutches of her former partner, he then surprisingly takes his own life and leaves her some of his fortune, only for things to become a little complicated in the process. Cecilia is then tasked with the mission of trying to explain the strange occurrences that have began in a bid to prove that she is being haunted by somebody she cannot see and not losing her mind. A fairly easy watch movie that excels in the first half before faltering somewhat in the latter stages.

Rating: 2 out of 5.
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The Visit (2015) – Review

When two children first meet and consequently spend an entire week at their grandparents’ house, things begin to become complicated as the youngsters start unearthing worrying signs and dark secrets about their relatives. Becca (Olivia DeJonge) is the older of the two children and with help from her brother, Tyler (Ed Oxenbould), she decides to use this trip as an opportunity to film a documentary, but the budding filmmaker bit off slightly more than she could chew. An unexpectedly scary and extremely dark movie that does no shame on the horror genre at all despite many of the critics it’s received.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.
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A Quiet Place (2018) – Review

Two parents must do whatever it takes to keep their children safe and as far away from the fearsome and murderous creatures that are seemingly roaming earth as possible. Consequently, the entire family are forced to live in total silence while remaining hidden away from the monsters that have ultra-sensitive hearing but no vision at all. A tremendously unique and gripping film that has fans eagerly awaiting the release of part two.

Rating: 4 out of 5.
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Life (2017) – Review

This extraordinary movie centers around six astronauts who discover the first ever living cell on Mars. After researching the cell on the International Space Station (ISS), the cell begins to grow into a larger life form and the astronauts then discover just how dangerous and potentially deadly it could become. Each of the six crew members must work together to keep it from reaching earth and causing damage on land. A gripping and equally as fascinating movie that keeps you on the edge of your seat from the off with a refreshing ending that is guaranteed to leave you shocked.

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.
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Girl on the Third Floor (2019) – Review

Don Koch, otherwise known as King Don, moves to the suburbs to renovate a recently acquired house but quickly discovers the situation is far more complex than first anticipated when supernatural events begin occurring around him. To make things worse, his pregnant wife is scheduled to arrive in the coming weeks and Don falls into bad habits, before unearthing the fact that the house is plagiarised with a sordid past. An at times promising movie that didn’t quite deliver on a whole, but worth the watch for any CM Punk fan.

Rating: 2 out of 5.
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